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  1. Yuko

    [Italy] Data Issues

    Stesso problema in Beta con Inter.
  2. Yuko

    [Greece] Data Issues

    Can you please fix the names of clubs with the Greek 'μπ'. Not only it looks bad, it's just wrong. Olympiakos for example is just fine, but then you have teams like Olybiada and Olybos, when in fact the English word for Olympos is just Olympus, with the same mp letters and not some millenial SMS version. Even the French clubs with the same root use 'Olympique' and everything in English is 'Olympic', so how can the very same thing in the original language is written that way? Names are also way off, with Kampetsis written Kabetsis and Lamprou written as Labrou. For example Kampetsis has his own website and this is how he spells his name: http://www.kampetsis.com/ Then you have Transfermarkt pages for players like Lamprou: https://www.transfermarkt.co.uk/lazaros-lamprou/profil/spieler/292356 And he also has his own website: http://www.lazaroslamprou.com/ This makes zero sense and it's been like a couple of years now that we have to change the English version of player names just to make it appear normal and Greek. I get that you want a standardisation, but at least get it right or get some rules in place. B is acceptable for the beginning of a name but not in the middle of it unless it's next to specific letters such as L and R. Around vowels it just looks bad and 'mb' is usually prefered, just like how Alex Tambakis is writing his name in the USL as you can see here: https://www.northcarolinafc.com/tambakis But double standards regarding clubs is quite ridiculous. Olympiakos being a big club is written just fine, but everything else is with a B. Either change it to Olybiakos like the "standard" version, or change everything else to mp as it should be please. I've attached the list of clubs where this issue exists. Also noticed that the ancient town of Olympia is written all wrong too as a result. Also, while the Toumba stadium is written correctly, the area of Toumba in Salonika is written as...Touba for some odd reason. The equivalent word in English is Tomb, so it doesn't make any sense to remove that 'm' from there. I also understand that this may not be a 'Data' issue, but since the responsible party seems to be the Greek research and I doubt anyone from SI would dictate how Greek names should be portrayed, I figured this is the best place to put this in.
  3. Has anyone tried negative career plans? I mean a career plan for a player to not want to move to a country. I've seen that it's sort of negated after a couple of seasons in some test games I made. Players I put as 'doesn't want to move to England', or France or Italy etc still move there for mega deals 2-3 seasons in. Before that, they'd move to these countries within a season (January or end of 1st season). Does a lot of money make this an ineffective option?
  4. Not sure where to ask and don't think it warrants a thread. But I have a couple of questions. How exactly is Attraction affecting anything? I remember around a decade ago a player didn't want to move to my club because my town was somewhat terrible, but I see that most capitals in the world have a 20 and then it goes down, while some major cities also have 20. Is this 20 an objective figure, or does it become relevant only after you take into account league's and country's reputation and other things? And is it only a comparison figure within the borders of a nation? So essentially, what does having attraction of 20 mean in countries like Serbia, Belarus and Finland compared to France, England and Spain? It shouldn't be comparable, right? The other question is about club reputation. How exactly does this change? Are there parameters in place that we are aware of or is it just part of the coding?
  5. So this is despite the fact that the game states that the player is club grown? If it's so, it's a misleading side effect as I search for club grown players and he's one of them in the search list. And his profile confirms it. On a previous save it also happened with Fautario who iirc was more than 4 seasons at Inter as a youth.
  6. I do not have it, but I started a quick save again, signed Donati again who is club grown by Inter but he still is not treated as one in the squad registration. I'm uploading the save file now. It's called "Inter beta".
  7. Unfortunately I've deleted the save file. Is there a way to find this file or is it permanently gone?
  8. Serie A registration issue. Need 4 club grown players, but the game does not treat my newly signed club grown players as such. I signed them specifically for this purpose. It's not a savewhich I will continue after the full release but it seems like an issue worth mentioning.
  9. It's simple. It's also entirely cosmetic. But it'd be nice to have for various reasons. It would feel so much better for the league or cup history tab to have a simple bracket next to the team, so as we know how many the team won and what # that win was. So for example I don't need to check on Arsenal's club history tab to find out they have 13 PL wins and that their 10th trophy was in 1991. All we can see so far is just one of the teams that has the most wins, because in some cases there's more than one and we still only get to see just one of them, while I still have not figured out what decides which name will be displayed. I just think it'd be much cooler to know that if I control Athletic Bilbao I'm just 2 league wins from being the joint #3 force in Spain by equaling Atletico Madrid's 10 league record and so on. I'm guessing a lot of us, when making journeyman saves, look into these things. If I get an offer from a team in Denmark or Slovakia where most people don't really know the clubs or their background and want to make them the premier force of those leagues or more fittingly, resurrect them and revive their x decade glory era. This minor feature I feel will add to the game for these kind of players. It also gives a different understanding to some rivalries with a simple glance. For example, managing Inter or Milan and the race for the first 10 championships vs the second 10 championships (both have 18 at the moment, Inter got to 10 in 1966, Milan got to 10 thirteen years later in 1979). I also cannot see how this minor feature may annoy the people who feel that it doesn't add anything.
  10. Yuko

    Favorite FM Series

    Voted fm6 by accident, should have been fm7. Other votes were fm8 and fm12. As for the question, it was heading to the right direction since fm14 to fm17 but I think fm18 has taken a step back. Potentially so that it can take a leap with fm19 as we've seen with older versions but we have to wait and see.
  11. Yuko

    Change club nation to a new one

    Yes, it's doable. At the club screen you need to put Based Nation where you want the regens to come from and Nation and Continental Nation should be where the league is based. Make sure that the club's City is also part of the Based Nation and has the Language you want. Don't think there's much else.
  12. I have the same issue. Cannot mass edit to save my life. I barely manage to mass edit 40 players, but more than that takes more than forever. If it's over 500 I basically have to shut down the program and start over with less units which also takes a very long time. Same process with the FM17 editor takes 1-2 minutes.
  13. Is there a way to change the landing screen here? I'm not liking the competition review landing page at all. There's a way to change between attributes, stage and squad vs the profile of players, competitions and teams so I'm guessing it should be possible to have 'fixtures & results' as a default choice for the matches button.
  14. Yuko

    *Official* Editor Feature Requests

    Following this, it's also very tough to edit international tournaments and remove, "merge" or add countries. For example I want a united Copa America and a single qualification system among other interesting (or not) projects. Very hard to accomplish. I also wanted to use Egypt, Morocco etc and Lebanon in Europe but it tends to crash, not sure if it's isolated to them or due to other changes that I tend to make, but it's something that has happened in other sports historically and I thought it'd be cool to have - for example - Egypt and Tunisia instead of San Marino and Liechtenstein in a qualification group.